Artisans and Artists
The internet is full of artisans who all make wonderful handmade jewellery of many different styles. On this page I would like to share the names of some of these artists. Hopefully you will find something you like on my site but here I offer a few alternative links that may offer some thing a little different.
Caroline Dewison makes beads and jewellery of various materials including copper, ceramic, silver clay and glass. I especially love her swarm of bees beads.
From her workshop on the Norfolk/Suffolk border Victoria Constable makes handmade jewellery using silver, copper, and gemstones. She set up Mila Jewellery in 2009, taking her inspiration from nature and her stunning starfish earrings and stacker rings are inspired by the beautiful beaches that she lives near.
Fired Art Jewellery
Situated in the Yorkshire Dales, Jill is a multi talented lady. Her handmade jewellery ranges from copper, silver and colourful dichroic glass pendants and earrings to anodised aluminium cuffs. She also makes quirky slumped bottle dishes and beautiful hand painted lustre ware.
Johnathan and Jojo are the young husband and wife team behind Jugi Fashions. They use semi- precious gemstones, wood, freshwater pearls and other quality beads from around the World to make their handcrafted bracelets, necklaces and earrings. They say that their main goal is to make their customers happy and give the best service they can.
Pagans who are looking for unique symbolic jewellery should check out Linda's handmade collection. She specialises in silver Theban script pieces and wonderful laser engraved hematite. One of her Wiccan Rede rings and a moon gazing hare hematite pendant are on my things I lust for list.